Charles Cramer

2019 New

Dogwood, Morning Fog, Smoky Mountains
Maples and Succulents, Fall, Zion, Utah
Sidelit Silver Birches, Lake District, England
Backlit Trees and Grasses, Pond, Eastern Sierra
Redbud and Little River, Great Smoky Mountain
Backlit Tree, near Tremont, Great Smoky Mountains
Tuft of Grass and Creek, Wind River Range, Wyoming
Freshly Budded Leaves and Trees, Blue Ridge Parkway
Dogwood Spring, Merced River, Yosemite
Dogwood In Fog, Red River Gorge, Kentucky

Black & White

Morning Mist, Valley View, Yosemite
Dawn, Remarkable Rocks, Australia
Breaking Waves, Garapata Beach
Bridalveil Falls, Snowstorm, Yosemite
Half Dome, Morning Clouds, Yosemite Valley
Cattails, Snowstorm, Yosemite
Morning Mist, Valley View, Yosemite
Thundercloud, Half Dome and Cloud’s Rest, Yosemite
Oaks, Snowstorm, Sentinel Meadow, Yosemite
Clearing Storm & Mist, Sentinel Rock, Yosemite

Landscapes from Abroad: England

Two Trees, Autumn, near Derwentwater, England
Intertwined Trees near Derwentwater, England
Side lit Silver Birches, England
Tree, Frosty Morning, Derwentwater, England

Landscapes: The West

Dogwood Spring, Merced River, Yosemite
Flooded Meadow, Yosemite
Side Canyon, Zion National Park
Dead Trees, Black Creek Canyon, Idaho
Bent Snag, River Range, Wyoming
Eye of the Wind Petroglyph, Monument Valley
Spring Morning, Ahwahnee Meadow, Yosemite
Autumn Snow, Black Oaks, Yosemite
Overhanding Branch, Merced River, Yosemite
Aspen in Fog, Boulder Mountain, Utah

Southwest

Interlocking Forms, Lower Antelope Canyon, AZ
Arches, Lower Antyelope Canyon
Glowing Path, Antelope Canyon
Waves, Lower Antelope Canyon, AZ
Slide Rock, Paria Canyon, Utah
Cave, Antelope Canyon, AZ
Arches, Lower Antelope Canyon
Noon Light, Narrow Canyon, AZ

Square Format

Dogwood Spring, Merced River, Yosemite
Tuolumne River, Fallen Tree, Yosemite
Trees and Rocks, Merced River, Yosemite
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After spending seven years of college studying classical piano, Charles Cramer visited Yosemite National Park, and soon realized he wanted out of those tiny practice rooms. Realizing the similarities between interpreting music and interpreting a negative, he soon became enamored with making prints.

Thirty years later, he is recognized as a master printmaker in both darkroom-based dye transfer printing, and now in digital processes. Cramer was selected by the National Park Service to be an artist-in-residence in Yosemite in 1987 and again in 2009. Cramer teaches digital printing for the Ansel Adams Gallery Workshops, John Sexton Workshops, and others.